In his homily for the Sixth Tuesday of Easter, Fr Anthony explores how we can hear the voice of God in places we may not think to listen.
Browsing: Who Am I?
At Reasons for Hope 2013, Fraterna Eileen Leyne discusses how we are to listen to God, and how the Lord speaks to us in prayer.
In this talk from IMS 2013, Chris Beran uses The Dialogue of St Catherine of Siena to explore how we can know ourselves and the love of God for us through prayer of contemplation…
In this homily for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary time, Fr David Callaghan MGL speaks about the grace that God offers us so that we can restore our true identity and allow our life to be a reflection of the love of God.
In this talk for men from the iWitness Conference, Christian Stephens discusses two contradictory perspectives of masculinity put forward in the media, and how they both fall short of true masculinity.
This time around Karen has a message for women seeking their calling in life, by outlining the vocation of womanhood – the call to love in a way that is unique to their femininity. Karen looks at this calling to love specifically within the vocation to marriage.
Karen Doyle speaks about the legacy of John Paul II on femininity and womanhood – in particular what it means to be a woman, the vital life-giving role of a woman that goes beyond child-bearing, and the unique vocation of each individual woman.
Fr. Robert Barron in this talk asks the question: What ultimately makes us happy and fills the infinite longings of our hearts? He explores and rebuts the answers that the world gives: wealth, pleasure, power and honour; and finally provides the answer that we hear from God Himself.